This car is for sale !!!

Original "Surviror" Muscle Car 

 

You are looking at a rare, hard to find exemple of a 1969 Camaro COPO

That car is in its factory original status, supporting its factory;

PAINT: 

  • Cortez silver
  • The black hood scoop and back rear panel were painted black by the dealer ( Salois automobile, Laval Qc), in 1969 at the first owner request.

INTERIOR : 

  • black standard trim
  • no console
  • AM radio

MECANICS COMPONANTS: 

  • L72 427c.i.-425hp engine
  • M22 heavy duty 4-speed close ratio transmission
  • BE stamped 4.11 rear differential.

AUTHENTICITY: 

  • Protecto-plate and GM Canada document list of originals options that specifying the 9561COPO option.

 

I am the second owner of the car since the past 36 years;

I always used it as a summer time driver, never drag raced it or modified it, so the car is in excellent original condition and is presently show 58K miles.

This is a fine example of a so-called “survivor” car and it happens to be a COPO.

A car is in it’s original condition only once in its existence.  

Most of the COPO’S that are for sale, are restored one’s and the sellers are asking something between $200,000.00 to over $300,000.00.

 

My asking price is $250,000.00 USD.